It’s probably fair to say that things like reputation and influence are kind of important on the web, and in particular with the rise of social media. Whilst I’ve written previously about the risks involved in judging content on the credibility of the author rather than the content itself, it would be naive to think that perceptions don’t matter.
Federal law enforcement might not be having much success pushing for laws that require a security backdoor on your phone, but that doesn't mean it's out of options. Judges (including one who published an opinion on a New York fraud case) have been le...
Can you get a date with just your personality? Could you go on a date and not judge someone by their looks? No, of course not; these are ridiculous questions. Still, they were the questions posed by Loveflutter, a new dating site, in staging a speed-dating event at which participants... More »
Does Bethenny Frankel have something to hide? RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that The Real Housewives of New York City star has asked a federal judge to keep secret a collection… READ ON
What's the next hot connected gadget category? Forget watches, we're thinking bikes, judging by the overwhelming interest in crazy, innovative new models like Teague's 'Denny' e-bike. Chinese search giant Baidu is all over that with the Dubike, a non...
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday morning in New Zealand to enter a plea on charges of threatening to kill and drug possession. Rudd was late to court, which automatically meant the judge had to issue a warrant for his arrest that was rescinded after he arrived. While in [...]
Aaron Hernandez's 2012 double murder trial, originally scheduled to begin in May, has been delayed until after his other murder trial is complete. A judge agreed Tuesday to delay the 2012 double murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, according to the Associated Press. Show More Summary
A Suffolk County (Massachusetts) judge granted a motion to delay the upcoming double murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, citing the close proximity of Hernandez's other case related to the slaying of Odin Lloyd. Show More Summary
Connecticut Law Tribune Stephen Frazzini, a judge in New Britain, Connecticut’s Superior Court, has forbidden Connecticut Law Tribune to publish an article, Thomas B. Scheffey reports. The article, by Isaac Avilucea, concerns a document...Show More Summary
Attorney-General, Simon Corbell, will this week introduce a Bill to establish a Judicial Council to consider complaints against ACT judges and magistrates. The new council will consist of the Chief Justice, Chief Magistrate and representatives of the legal profession and general community. The council will have powers to receive, report and investigate complaints – and to [...]
It's been a heck of a ride with Chief Judge Alex Kozinski at the top of the Ninth Circuit, but with his seven-year term coming to a close, prepare for a different, more subdued, albeit equally able chief: Judge Sidney R. Thomas. The ageist numbers game that comprise the rules......
WOOOO! Good news for Shia LaBeouf! The actor got into a spot of trouble when he was arrested in New York City at the Broadway show Cabaret in June 2014, but it looks like the story has a happy ending! Shia has been attending AA to battle his alcohol addiction and he's been making some good progress [...]
A night after Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made the touchdown catch by which all other great catches will be judged, Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. has made a catch that would make Beckham proud. In the first quarter in New Orleans, Smith — despite having Saints cornerback Brian Dixon draped all over him —…
Gwen Stefani wraps up Pharrell Williams while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Monday (November 24)! The two The Voice judges shared a sneak peek of their new music video for new single “Spark The Fire.” Watch the video below! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Gwen Stefani “Well like everybody else [...]
The next BMW 7 Series looks to be leading a rather dramatic change of the company's interior styling, judging by this new series of spy photos. In the trio of shots, we can see that the next 7 Series will replace the high-quality plastic buttons of the brand's iDrive, HVAC and secondary audio controls with some very, very pretty aluminum pieces. Show More Summary
The videotaped confessions of a New Jersey man charged with murdering Etan Patz, the 6-year-old who vanished in 1979 on his way to his school bus stop in Manhattan, can be used in court, a New York judge has ruled.
A US judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple's agreement to pay $450 million (R4.9 billion) to resolve claims. ||| New York - A US judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple's agreement to pay $450 million (R4.9 billion) to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices. Show More Summary
A US judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple’s agreement to pay $450 million (R4.9 billion) to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices. ||| Nate Raymond New York A US judge on...Show More Summary
On Friday, a judge shot down a New Jersey law that would have allowed sports betting, to the satisfaction of the four major American sports leagues, all of which opposed it—and all of which profit immensely from bettors' interest. As Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said of every owner and executive, including himself, "we're the world's biggest hypocrites." Read more...
In a season of rough campaign attack ads, the one aimed at a North Carolina judge was among the roughest.